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Vodafone superfast 63mbps broadband + Amazon Echo Dot £21pm/18 months at Vodafone
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Vodafone superfast 63mbps broadband + Amazon Echo Dot £21pm/18 months at Vodafone

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Posted 30th Aug 2019

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Just looking at broadband deals and came across this:

Vodafone super fast 2 broadband avg 63mbps
Amazon echo dot
Possible £80 cash back via Quidco
18 month contract
Wi-fi hub
Guaranteed 55mbps speed or money back

All in for £21 per month if a Vodafone pay monthly customer, or £23per month if not.

Now I’m no fan of Vodafone broadband as I used to have it and their router was hell but the do have another router out now so possibly better.

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Just bear in mid that Guaranteed speed have nothing to do with real speed you'll actually may get.

Sync speed is guaranteed which is line speed not what you getting.

Since I moved 24 days ago my Sync speed is 69Mbps while the real download speed is 6Mbps - yes SIX which occasionally goes up to 16Mbps once a while only.

That's what they call Superfast 2
I've spend countless hours chatting with vodafone support only to find out how to plug in, unplug, restart the router.
Once you chatting with them you'll have to wait forever. Once you get connected you'll be instructed to restart router etc. In mean time little message will appear that you need keep chatting if not you'll get disconnected from chat in 2 minutes. Obviously you'll not see it cause your'e told to observe the lights on the router.


I've been through may broadband providers like xilo (now uno). bee network, BT, EE plusnet, Virgin. They're not so great when something is wrong but Vodafone is just special. Really special.

Be smart and stay away from them like most recommends. I've made my mistake which I'll regret for a while.

Just read recent reviews:
broadband.co.uk/bro…ws/


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Edited by: "teddybeers" 30th Aug 2019
I did this about a year ago. Had the following issues
* Forced security auto charged to bill was a pian to cancel
* Bill went up one or two months into contract while same deal was being offered to new customers
* Terrible speed and reliability
* Price promise requires you to spend literally hours on the phone to India tearing out all your networking kits just for a pathetic rebate
* When you leave they charge you for the router

It was maybe only a quid or so cheaper than average but a huge headache that costed me hours of my life.

I think you'd be foolish to join.
I've just been told by Vodafone online chat they've lowered my promised minimum speed to 45mbps, as they cannot manage to supply the 55mbps minimum promise.
No lowered price, no way to complain or escalate via chat, you have to phone up.
I've emailed their complaints department and have heard nothing for a week. I'm out of contact so will be moving as soon as a deal comes up, but looking to get some money back off them first.
Ombudsman next.
WildCyberWorld31/08/2019 11:45

Not available in my area ........ 21st century.


Better get used to it mate. My boss is the only person who can't work from home because she can only get 1mbps on an ancient copper only connection. She won't be getting 5g either, and when self driving electric cars, home robots etc come on the market using 5g she won't get those either.

I think in the end she will just have to abandon her home and leave it to be reclaimed by nature.
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Just signed up to this. Quidco tracking at £80 too
Just new customers or existing as well?
One of the best 'posts' this month: HOT HOT HOT. Pity BT will not let me out of my contract until January.
Beetlejuicebj30/08/2019 17:18

Just new customers or existing as well?


Looks like new only but login and have a check! You never know
Inc line rental?
Dealmaker30/08/2019 17:35

Inc line rental?


Yes. Providers must include line rental in their headline prices.
Mmm..good price. My current deal ends on the 6th Sept. Perfect timing to try and wrangle a better deal.
Is it good internet?
Chris060930/08/2019 17:26

One of the best 'posts' this month: HOT HOT HOT. Pity BT will not let me …One of the best 'posts' this month: HOT HOT HOT. Pity BT will not let me out of my contract until January.


Was a better deal a couple of weeks back, £20 a month, £40 cashback, £100 gift card and a echo plus. I just got activated today and speeds as promised, now waiting for the freebies.
ashicrackerz130/08/2019 17:55

Is it good internet?


From the experience of my father in law no. Speeds were rarely consistent and when rang to complain the guy at Vodafone simply said said he knows and that the service just isn’t very good.

Given that was around 4 months ago. So maybe they have it sorted out now.
38366680-rDPeh.jpgI get a £60 set up fee on mine?
Got this last week through Martin Lewis with £100 cash back, works out to £19 pm. Should of posted it really as its no longer running now.
Edited by: "stewie470" 30th Aug 2019
Beetlejuicebj30/08/2019 17:18

Just new customers or existing as well?


I'm existing customer and they have offered me this package on there chat
smithy_000730/08/2019 18:43

[Image] I get a £60 set up fee on mine?


Only if it’s a new line being set up, switching it no cost, read the terms
wolfy00130/08/2019 18:55

I'm existing customer and they have offered me this package on there chat


The guy on chat told me he can’t discuss upgrades and deals on chat, and I have to call the upgrades team.
Beetlejuicebj30/08/2019 19:11

The guy on chat told me he can’t discuss upgrades and deals on chat, and I …The guy on chat told me he can’t discuss upgrades and deals on chat, and I have to call the upgrades team.


I'm currently on chat still. They said it's no problem..
Beetlejuicebj30/08/2019 19:11

The guy on chat told me he can’t discuss upgrades and deals on chat, and I …The guy on chat told me he can’t discuss upgrades and deals on chat, and I have to call the upgrades team.


Sorry yes, existing customers can get this deal but only by phoning them and upgrading.
I’m a current customer on same package for £28 pm since May this year and they agreed to a new 18month contract at £23 pm inc free each dot. Hot from me.
I've just received my code for the free echo and Amazon is out of stock of the gen 3
I heard their new router is really good same as the one they give to FTTH customers
...SunnyJ...30/08/2019 20:14

I've just received my code for the free echo and Amazon is out of stock of …I've just received my code for the free echo and Amazon is out of stock of the gen 3


Yes got my code for the Echo Plus today, with free light. Shows out of stock, hopefully will be back in stock before 31st December

Very happy with speeds and stability since signing up.

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Edited by: "sotv" 30th Aug 2019
sotv30/08/2019 20:49

Yes got my code for the Echo Plus today, with free light. Shows out of …Yes got my code for the Echo Plus today, with free light. Shows out of stock, hopefully will be back in stock before 31st DecemberVery happy with speeds and stability since signing up.[Image]


Nice, back in stock, just placed my order!
Dealmaker30/08/2019 17:35

Inc line rental?


Yes (as @happymanuk replied). Was looking at one of their all inclusive talk packages but as our family has unlimited minutes with "3" SIMs seems a bit pointless. Downside is trying to remember not to use the home phone to call!
Myriad30/08/2019 20:35

I heard their new router is really good same as the one they give to FTTH …I heard their new router is really good same as the one they give to FTTH customers


FTTH? Pardon my ignorance.
wolfy00130/08/2019 19:25

Sorry yes, existing customers can get this deal but only by phoning them …Sorry yes, existing customers can get this deal but only by phoning them and upgrading.


I don’t think the free echo dot is for existing customers says its new customers only in terms and conditions
u66454130/08/2019 21:17

FTTH? Pardon my ignorance.


True fibre broadband, fibre to the home.
Superfast? Who are they kidding? I pay £23 for 112mbps.
I did this about a year ago. Had the following issues
* Forced security auto charged to bill was a pian to cancel
* Bill went up one or two months into contract while same deal was being offered to new customers
* Terrible speed and reliability
* Price promise requires you to spend literally hours on the phone to India tearing out all your networking kits just for a pathetic rebate
* When you leave they charge you for the router

It was maybe only a quid or so cheaper than average but a huge headache that costed me hours of my life.

I think you'd be foolish to join.
Just bear in mid that Guaranteed speed have nothing to do with real speed you'll actually may get.

Sync speed is guaranteed which is line speed not what you getting.

Since I moved 24 days ago my Sync speed is 69Mbps while the real download speed is 6Mbps - yes SIX which occasionally goes up to 16Mbps once a while only.

That's what they call Superfast 2
I've spend countless hours chatting with vodafone support only to find out how to plug in, unplug, restart the router.
Once you chatting with them you'll have to wait forever. Once you get connected you'll be instructed to restart router etc. In mean time little message will appear that you need keep chatting if not you'll get disconnected from chat in 2 minutes. Obviously you'll not see it cause your'e told to observe the lights on the router.


I've been through may broadband providers like xilo (now uno). bee network, BT, EE plusnet, Virgin. They're not so great when something is wrong but Vodafone is just special. Really special.

Be smart and stay away from them like most recommends. I've made my mistake which I'll regret for a while.

Just read recent reviews:
broadband.co.uk/bro…ws/


Speed test done minutes ago38367993-1qPS6.jpg

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Edited by: "teddybeers" 30th Aug 2019
I just had my broadband installation cancelled, and I signed up to the £100 amazon + echo plus deal. They wouldn't honour it again, and when I tried to re-order, my credit check didn't pass somehow!
teddybeers30/08/2019 22:05

Just bear in mid that Guaranteed speed have nothing to do with real speed …Just bear in mid that Guaranteed speed have nothing to do with real speed you'll actually may get. Sync speed is guaranteed which is line speed not what you getting.Since I moved 24 days ago my Sync speed is 69Mbps while the real download speed is 6Mbps - yes SIX which occasionally goes up to 16Mbps once a while only.That's what they call Superfast 2 I've spend countless hours chatting with vodafone support only to find out how to plug in, unplug, restart the router.Once you chatting with them you'll have to wait forever. Once you get connected you'll be instructed to restart router etc. In mean time little message will appear that you need keep chatting if not you'll get disconnected from chat in 2 minutes. Obviously you'll not see it cause your'e told to observe the lights on the router.I've been through may broadband providers like xilo (now uno). bee network, BT, EE plusnet, Virgin. They're not so great when something is wrong but Vodafone is just special. Really special.Be smart and stay away from them like most recommends. I've made my mistake which I'll regret for a while.Just read recent reviews:https://www.broadband.co.uk/broadband/providers/vodafone-broadband/reviews/Speed test done minutes ago[Image] [Image]


I'm with virgin and their customer service sounds exactly the same as Vodafone. Who would you recommend out of the ones you've tried?
I've just been told by Vodafone online chat they've lowered my promised minimum speed to 45mbps, as they cannot manage to supply the 55mbps minimum promise.
No lowered price, no way to complain or escalate via chat, you have to phone up.
I've emailed their complaints department and have heard nothing for a week. I'm out of contact so will be moving as soon as a deal comes up, but looking to get some money back off them first.
Ombudsman next.
You have to wait for an email to claim the Dot through Amazon, don't you? I subscribed at the start of the month, went live today and haven't had anything yet...
slipd30/08/2019 23:03

You have to wait for an email to claim the Dot through Amazon, don't you? …You have to wait for an email to claim the Dot through Amazon, don't you? I subscribed at the start of the month, went live today and haven't had anything yet...


Yep it’s 30-60 days after connection I believe
daz_7530/08/2019 22:31

I'm with virgin and their customer service sounds exactly the same as …I'm with virgin and their customer service sounds exactly the same as Vodafone. Who would you recommend out of the ones you've tried?


Definitely Xilo where the best. - currently part of the UNO company or the other way around.
I'm going back to them as they lowered the prices a little.


Bt and EE where not so bad as well. Didn't have any big problems with them, probably becuaww I've used them at the same address.
Only once I had to call BT to get engineer after thunderstorms in the area but they sorted this out in few days. Afterwards tried to charge me for the visit but quick call sorted it out. They even offered me month free to apologise.
tobyw30/08/2019 21:18

I don’t think the free echo dot is for existing customers says its n …I don’t think the free echo dot is for existing customers says its new customers only in terms and conditions


Been told I will definitely get the echo dot. I'll keep you posted.
I had subscribed to this from the previous deal. Engineer been and being told that they cant supply as no spaces on pole/cabinet!!!?!!
DealJourno30/08/2019 21:38

Superfast? Who are they kidding? I pay £23 for 112mbps.


What's your upstream on that?
ssjkudos30/08/2019 21:58

I did this about a year ago. Had the following issues* Forced security …I did this about a year ago. Had the following issues* Forced security auto charged to bill was a pian to cancel* Bill went up one or two months into contract while same deal was being offered to new customers* Terrible speed and reliability* Price promise requires you to spend literally hours on the phone to India tearing out all your networking kits just for a pathetic rebate* When you leave they charge you for the routerIt was maybe only a quid or so cheaper than average but a huge headache that costed me hours of my life.I think you'd be foolish to join.


I've had it for two years, no issues.
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